Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s documentary, is on hold for now. The death of Elizabeth II and the premiere of ‘The Crown’ have compromised the release of the long-awaited audiovisual of the Sussexes.
After months of intense filming and post-production, Netflix was determined to release the most anticipated documentary of the year at the end of 2022, but several events caused the audiovisual to remain in the air.
Netflix’s deal with Meghan and Harry was canceled?
Neither the documentary, nor the million-dollar deal with Netflix has been canceled, it has only been paralyzed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Now, there is a possibility that the project could be postponed due to the premiere of the new season of ‘The Crown’.
As revealed by ‘Deadline’ the premiere of the documentary, which focuses on the Invictus Games, has been delayed to “next year”. According to the web portal, the premiere of ‘The Crown’ next November 9, have led the platform to postpone the documentary.
However, this is not the only problem, according to the portal ‘Page Six‘ the couple was “at odds” with the production staff and wanted to make “significant cuts”, which would have caused the producers were considering “shelving indefinitely” the project.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry signed a contract worth around $100 million with the popular platform months after their departure from the British royal family.